Refinancing my $176K Student Debt with Snowball
My first job paid me $48K a year, I had just moved to the City, I didn’t have money to do anything, really, because my student debt bill was $2,100 a month. I didn’t understand at the time how to refinance smartly, and how I could get a better interest rate.
Refinancing My Student Loans With a Co-Signer
Getting a cosigner is a big decision, so it’s important to carefully consider the pros and cons of a cosigner before asking someone to cosign a student loan refinancing with you.
When NOT to Refinance Your Student Loans
Whether or not you should refinance your student loans depends entirely on your financial situation and on the type of loans you have — there are both pros and cons to refinancing.
How Do I Refinance Parent Plus Loans Into My Name?
If you have a Parent PLUS loan and are considering changing the loan to your name, this is what you need to know.
Learn How This Millennial Went From Emotional Spender to Homeowner
I grew up with a single mother who was always in debt and worried about finances, so I didn’t know how to manage my money for a while. I’m still learning how to manage my money, but I am proud of the progress I’ve made so far.
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